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Old 12-03-2002
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The Fairmont is a fancyschmancy hotel, on Delaware if Iím not mistaken, it may be too good for you! If the weather is nice you could easily walk to Navy Pier from the hotel, maybe 15 minutes, save the fossil fuels and improve your health at the same time.

Directions: Proceed on Michigan Avenue Bearing 180 degrees to Ontario Avenue, turn hard to port and proceed to Fairbanks on a 90 degree heading, from there turn hard to starboard, proceed south on Fairbanks approximately 0.2 nm, then turn hard to port onto Illinois Avenue. Illinois Avenue takes you directly to Navy Pier. Pay no attention to the nuns (chicks in the black dresses) and cans (beer) on the street, they have no lateral significance.

Are you still buying drinks and dinner for all of us that contribute to this BB planning to attend the show?
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Like I said, I''ll buy you A drink to start,then you can buy me one, then I''ll buy you one, then you buy me one, hey, I''m getting a buzz just thinking about it. Being a proponant of the Equal Drinking Rights Amendment, I never want to stop someone from buying drinks.

Also, not dinner but an appetizer to the best sailing story (need picture to qualify). You could win hands down with a picture of a Benehuntalina.
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